Topics:

101logo_transparent
Search
Close this search box.

Koulibaly insists players to blame for poor Chelsea form

Chelsea defender Kalidou Koulibaly has blamed Chelsea’s poor run of form on the players, not the manager.

Open in new window

Chelsea were bested by Newcastle United on Saturday evening.

Chelsea headed into the game winless in four league matches and slipping down the Premier League table.

Newcastle, meanwhile, were flying high and continue their charge up the table.

The Magpies saw off Chelsea with relative ease, with a 67th-minute strike from Joe Willock enough to secure them the four points.

Graham Potter’s side have now lost back-to-back matches against Arsenal and Newcastle and find themselves struggling in the eighth in the league table with 21 points from 14 matches.

And whilst many a Chelsea fan has been keen to point the finger at Potter, Kalidou Koulibaly has insisted the players are at fault:

Koulibaly also hopes the World Cup break will do Chelsea some good, as he added: ‘’The break comes at the good time for us, we need to recharge the batteries, think about something else and come back after the World Cup with a different mentality.”

AC Milan vs Fiorentina betting tips: Serie A preview, prediction and odds

Juventus vs Lazio betting tips: Serie A preview, prediction and odds

Tags:

Picture of Michael Smith

Michael Smith

Content Manager on 101 Great Goals. Experienced punter, from back street, smoke filled betting shops in the 2000s, to state of the art, dedicated betting apps of the 2020s. Covering the gambling industry with expert opinion and looking at the latest innovations.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

101GreatGoals.com